This is the Jules Reiver example, sold by Heritage in January 2006, but more recently sold in the 01/01/19 Goldberg’s auction of the Dan Trollan collection, where it was described as: “Lot 171. 1794 S-53 R6 G5+. Several points sharper but there are areas of roughness on both sides, strongest inside the wreath. Most of the planchet is smooth and the toning is an attractive glossy light to medium chocolate brown. No verdigris and only a few trivial contact marks. A tiny rim bruise at the top of the cap and another off the left end of the wreath ribbon are the only notable marks, and they are insignificant at this grade level. MDS. The date and legends are complete and easily readable except for parts of ONE CENT due to the roughness in that area. Noyes graded VG8 sharpness net G5 and tied for CC#11, his photo #26795. Removed from an NGC slab graded F Details Corroded (NGC label #5077433-082 included and it shows the attribution and Reiver provenance). A decent lower-grade example of this very rare die variety. Estimate Value $10,000 – UP. Ex Penn Valley Coin Shop 10/31/1966-Jules Reiver, Heritage 1/24/2006:19218-Jon A. Boka 2/2008-Dan Trollan Collection (includes the Reiver and Boka collection envelopes). Unsold ($5760).” In the current version 6 of Numistudy, this coin sits alone at CC13 rather than tied at CC11, so just outside the top dozen coins known for this tough R6 variety.